The uncertainty of STEM education

Girls in STEM PLC @ASMS– A series of questions for STEM education.

What’s the next shift in STEM pedagogy? What works in schools?

In a world of constant stimulation, what is the strength of classrooms? How do we maintain student engagement in class and make them want to come to school?

How can we best flip learning or content, and keep the exciting stuff for the classroom e.g. simulations, puzzles, problem solving, experiments?

How do we harness automation in content delivery? How do we restructure our role as teachers and educators to develop skills, offer opportunities, and create connections for students?

How do we link teachers with experts for projects e.g. with statisticians or scientists? How do we give benefit to all involved, and meet the limitations of schools and their schedules?

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